Even though arthritis is irreversible and treatments for arthritis do not exist, being diagnosed with it is not the end of your physical activities, contrary to popular belief. Arthritis causes pain and extreme discomfort in the joints limiting your physical activities but there is a way to circumvent that. It’s called physical therapy. Yes, that’s right. Physical therapy can ease the pain from arthritis and help with arthritis recovery.
What does Physical Therapy do?
Physical therapy can help you to move around and perform day-to-day activities with relative ease.Physical therapists are trained and qualified to examine, treat and help prevent painful conditions which hamper an individual’s ability to perform physical movements. It focuses on the body’s ability to engage in physical activities and assists affected body parts to resume normal functions, to perform movements such as climbing stairs, playing a sport, recreational activities and even routine tasks such as getting in and out of a chair.
For arthritis recovery, physical therapy can help achieve the goals of improving mobility and restoring the use of affected joints, increasing strength to support the joints, and maintaining fitness and the ability to perform daily activities.
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